Dr Michael Obeng
Dr Michael Obeng is the only Ghanaian plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills that makes millions working with clients ranging from royals to celebrities and rich socialites.
His company is called Miko Plastic Surgery, and is located at 435 North Roxbury Drive, Suite #205.
Despite his celebrity status, however, he still gives back to the community in a major way.
He is also the founder of R.E.S.T.O.R.E. Worldwide, a non-profit organization that performs free reconstructive surgeries for children and adults in African countries.
Dr Michael Obeng ( Biography )
Dr Michael Obeng is a renowned Ghanaian-American plastic surgeon. He was born in Ghana but later moved to the United States at the age of 20.
He was named among “America’s Top Plastic Surgeons” by the Consumer’s Research Council of America in 2011 and 2014.
He specializes in cosmetic surgery of the aging face, neck, breast, body, trunk, extremities and genitalia.
Dr. Obeng is among the rare, few plastic surgeons in the world to successfully reattach a limb, remove ribs to streamline the waist and he is an expert in complex reconstructive surgery, hand, and micro-neurovascular surgery, hence, the nickname, “The Surgeon’s Surgeon” as dubbed by his colleagues.
He recently offered to help a Louisiana woman who used Gorilla Glue, a permanent bonding adhesive to hold down her hair.
Forty-year-old Tessica Brown went viral on social media after she posted videos on Tik Tok on February 3 expressing regret for using the permanent glue on her hair after she ran out of hairspray.
He graduated with a B.S. in chemistry and received his M.D. degree from the University of Texas Medical School.
He received a fellowship to Harvard Medical School, specializing in hand, wrist, and microneurovascular surgery.
In 2016, Obeng gave the commencement address at his alma mater Midwestern State University.
He takes pride in treating each patient like family; his deep compassion and care for his patients is derived from his humble beginnings.
Dr. Obeng travels to third world countries to donate his surgical skills through his non-profit, R.E.S.T.O.R.E Worldwide Inc.
In addition, Dr. Obeng advocates for the underprivileged in the United States by educating patients on safe breast reconstructive surgery options available after undergoing breast cancer treatment.
Dr. Obeng has garnered prestigious awards including a research grant from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the coveted, Herman B. Barnett award in Surgery and Anesthesia. He has extensive international publications regarding breast aesthetics, augmentation, and reconstruction.
When he is not lecturing on plastic surgery, he can be found donating his time with R.E.S.T.O.R.E and delivering his award-winning motivational speech, Perseverance.
Now worth around $8 million